strawberry gallbladder

straw·ber·ry gall·blad·der

a gallbladder of which the mucosa is dotted with yellowish cholesterol deposits contrasting with the red hyperemic background.
A descriptor for the appearance of the gallbladder mucosa with cholesterolosis, in which aggregates of cholesterol/lipid-laden histiocytes overlie a reddish or green mucosa, which may be associated with a giant cell reaction

strawberry gallbladder

A descriptor for the appearance of the gallbladder mucosa with cholesterosis, where aggregates of cholesterol/lipid-laden histiocytes overlie a reddish or green mucosa, which may be associated with a giant cell reaction
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(2,6,8) Macroscopically lipid deposits appear as yellow flecks against dark background, thus earning the moniker 'Strawberry Gallbladder. (2') The diffuse variety of cholesterolosis appears as a carpet of fine yellow papules over mucosa surface, whereas polypoid variety shows single or multiple polyps.